1056 - Roma, Museo d. civiltà Romana - Calco sarcofago Giunio Basso - Foto Giovanni Dall'Orto, 12-Apr-2008.jpg Job, satan and his wife on the bottom left. Job's wife offers him bread on a stick with a cross on it. To the right are Adam, the serpent and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
"The Earliest Known Fragment of the New Testament (Circa 100 – 150 AD): A fragment from a papyrus codex known as P52, measuring only 3.5 by 2.5 inches (9 by 6.4 cm) at its widest; and conserved at the John Rylands Library at Manchester, the Saint John Fragment is generally accepted as the earliest extant record of a canonical New Testament text. The front (recto) contains lines from the Gospel of John 18:31-33, in Greek, and the back (verso) contains lines from verses 37-38."
The Graffito of Alexamenos. Ancient graffiti found in the corner of the Palatine museum in Rome - sketch of a crucified man with the head of an ass, a person with arms extended next to him. The words: "Alexamenos worships [his] God."
This color chart lists 17 Koine Greek prepositions, including their Strong's number, phonetic pronunciation and English definition. Additional study and Bible resources are available at www.MVGBChurch.com